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"It's a political hatchet job. It does. It just seems like it's a real gotcha moment to try to thwart him from a 2024 run. According to a tweet from the New York young Republican club, the actions against the former president are unjust from, quote, corrupt Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg. A tragedy in Brooklyn after a car crash and jumped a curb onto a sidewalk two people were killed 5 were injured. It happened at 18th avenue and 64th street yesterday. The NYPD says the driver of the whites Dan that jumped the curb ran a red light at a high rate of speed hit a black SUV and took down a pole before hitting pedestrians. The driver of the sedan is in police custody. We're learning more about a crash that happened over the weekend, which left 5 children dead on the Hutchinson river Parkway. The victims ranged in age from 8 years to 17 and were all from the same family. Westchester county executive George latimer says the preliminary investigation appears to show distracted driving or falling asleep at the wheel. There were no tire marks from the vehicle on the roadway or any furrowing in the grass which would indicate that the vehicle did not use any braking or evasive steering. County executive Vladimir says the driver a 16 year old was unlicensed. The vehicles were almost rented by a family member. New York remained the most expensive business trip destination in the world in 2022, according to ECA international, it cost New York business travelers about $800 per day which counted four star hotels, meals, taxis, drinks, and incidentals. Global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg expense accounts getting strange. Thank you, Michael. Almost 6 ten on Wall Street time for Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state out of John Stafford. All right, Nathan, while game at the garde Minnesota Timberwolves or without their two best players and yet they seemingly could miss a shot. They made their first hand they had 75 points at halftime, Tory and prince really couldn't miss. He shot 12 of 13 in nearly set an NBA record, he was 8 for 8 on three pointers. The record is 9. Timberwolves blew a 17 point lead and then they came from 5 down in the fourth and they beat the Knicks one 40 to one 34 on a night where Julius Randle in defeat poured in 57 points as previous rear high was 46. He had a Nick record 26 just to the third quarter only Carmelo Anthony and Bernard king has scored more points as a Nick. Those are the
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"5 35 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update with John Stannis shower. All right, Nathan Yankees and guardians had last night off scheduled to play game two tonight at the stadium and have tomorrow off yanks are gonna stick with a three man rotation with the can play tonight due to the expected rain and play game two tomorrow they would have to go to a fourth starter if the series is extended. Yankees course won the opener, game two starters in the tonight of tomorrow and Esther Cortez and Cleveland Shane Bieber and the NLDS release embrace sat through a three hour rain delay in Atlanta and then scoreless until the 6th inning Atlanta scored three times in one three zero in only 7 hits in the game, it's the Phil's first loss of the postseason in LA, San Diego got home run for Manny Machado, Jake Conan worth Padres beat the Dodgers 5 to three LA three solo home runs in the lost both these series are tied at once. Pre season NBA nicks lost in Indiana RJ Barrett scored 21 points, 23 for Kyrie Irving and the nets win at Milwaukee the islanders begin their season tonight. They host Florida, the devil's play game one at Philadelphia and the one and o'rangers that a road trip tonight in Minnesota. Jets on Sunday take their two game winning strike to a Green Bay facing Aaron Rodgers, rob sella, the coach will be improved yet. Obviously, but you know, it still comes back to us. And you know, it's exciting just to be able to go out there and play a championship team, which is what which is what they are changing the team, Hall of Fame, quarterback. But it comes back to us and performed with the best part about what the packers last Sunday in London blew that big lead and lost to the Giants who are back home now. They're going for three wins in a row Sunday taking on Baltimore week 6 begins tonight. It's Washington at Chicago. John Stafford, Bloomberg sports, naked. Thank you, John, 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report with Bloomberg Scott Carr. While the rest of the rental market has begun to cool off New York's most expensive apartments got even costlier in September, the median rent on new leases in September was $4022 down nearly 2% from August and down 3% from the record high set in July. A report from New York State comptroller Thomas de Napoli shows New York City's booming tech industry helped offset job losses in other sectors during the pandemic. The report says the tech industry saw growth of 9.4% in 2020. The largest growth since 2012 largely because people became more reliant on technology during the lockdown and working from home. IRS tax data analyzed by the tax foundation shows New Jersey is one of 22 states that saw a net loss of adjusted gross income between
CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"john stafford" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Very, that everything's up in the air. There's not much great information out there about where this is headed. You know, sometimes you can go to the crystal ball predictions at 24/7 sports and get a good read on it. There's really nothing there. There's a handful of predictions. Basically, people who some people who work for Kentucky site think he's going to Kentucky. Some people who work for a Louisville site think he's going to Louisville. Worth noting Adam finkelstein and Travis branum do not currently have crystal ball predictions for DJ Wagner. Travis. Ryan snow has one though. I saw that. Well, that's the other thing. I was sticking with Kentucky. And he doesn't work there. No, it's not worked at two four 7 for well over a year. He is now director of recruiting at Penn State. I've invoked a dusty Bryan snow crystal ball for it. It's still there. It's still there. It skews the numbers in a way that makes it look like it's heavily Kentucky. That is a good point. Because if you don't actually look at the details, you just go, oh, it says 87% Kentucky or something like that. And it's like some of that's because of something Brian snow said two years ago. And another one of the predictions is pre milk being hired at Louisville, I believe. So there's not much there. I believe Travis had a prediction at one point for Louisville, but he publicly said, you know, I'm just hearing too many different things right now. I'm going to back off of that for now. So this is very much up in the air. I won't ask you what you think, 'cause, you know, I think we agree. It's very much up in the air, but it is certainly the most fascinating and high stakes recruiting battle that we've got going on with any class of 2023 prospect. Yeah, listen, I did a very in depth feature on the family a year ago at peach jam and got to know them relatively well. And at that point, it was hard not to walk away and pressed with DJ, certainly his parents his mom was just awesome, just a classic, awesome mom, basketball mom, to speak with, right? And it does seem like it's going to be one of Kentucky or Louisville at this point. I wouldn't put it like completely out of the question that maybe. This is just based off of my previous conversations with the family. I do think he's going one of those two places, but just based off of previous conversations like, I don't know. There is very much like an insistence from DJ's parents to DJ that is going to be what he wants to do where he wants to go. And the one thing that's been missing in this whole story is real indications of what DJ, where he wants to spend his college, his time in college at. We presume that we'll be one of Kentucky or Louisville. And this obviously is really good for that rivalry more on that in a moment. He did have a rocky summer of 2022. His play was up and down. I spoke with a number of coaches who saw him play over in Europe and he was like one coach said there were times where he was just weirdly bad. For the kind of level of prospect he was. But I do think he'll be borderline terrific no matter where he ends up getting Wagner for Louisville. It's the kind of thing that feels like it would propel pains career moving forward. Obviously. I mean, not only would that throw another humongous log right on the UK rivalry fryer, we get all that. It would signal a rare example of Louisville beating out Kentucky for a 5 star talent caliper. They seldom loses these types of recruiting battles. If he's not playing, you know, going up against one of the four or 5 other biggest recruiting coaches, not even that two or three other biggest ones. He just normally doesn't lose these. So we'll have to wait until you mentioned the milk stuff. He's on staff. That's important. Not as going to play about a 65 second clip here. That Kenny Payne recently said, this is just a few days ago. He was speaking at a ministry prayer breakfast at a local church according to reporter Tyler grever. He talked about a lot of stuff, but this clip in particular got shared a little bit on social media and it's Kenny Payne talking about getting the Louisville job. Some of the things that surprised him, maybe that he wasn't expecting and some of the relationships that have been maybe a bit damaged because of it not. If you've got it ready, go ahead and queue this up and let's hear what Kenny Payne had to say just a couple of days ago. One of the things that I've been surprised about is how many people across the country have interest in us, but with that comes something that I wasn't prepared for and that was the hatred. I wasn't prepared for universities to say Louisville's going on probation, why would you ever go there? You know, on and to deter these kids from listening. And especially from people that I've helped in the past. And it's a lesson for me. And as I've taken this job and I hate to say this, my relationships with certain people that have been in my life for 30, 40 years, has changed. And that hurts me. It hurts me. But as I say, me sitting here is God. I haven't dwelled in it. But it's something. So that's an interesting clip here for a couple of reasons GP and I do want your reactions. One, like, who are the people he's talking about? Some people obviously think he's referring to John calipari, who was John Stafford for a long time. That's one is who is he talking about how the relationship changed? World wide west, one of those people. We don't know. And then two,
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"It's go time for our teachers and Duncan is brewing up the perfect way to say thank you on Thursday, September 1st, local educators will receive a free medium hot or iced coffee at participating rock for Duncan restaurants, no purchase necessary limit one per guest excludes cold brew and nitro cold brew additional charges may apply participation may vary. Live from the Bloomberg interactive burger studios is his Bloomberg daybreak for Tuesday, August 30th, 2022, coming up this hour. Futures rise following the worst two days stock sell off since June. A top fed official says he was happy how the market reacted to Jay Powell's Jackson hole speech. And the Biden administration said to be preparing to sell a $1 billion in arms to Taiwan, New York mayor Adams provides more resources for pregnant women plus Ukraine has launched a southern offensive as inspector said to a nuclear plant. I like the bar more ahead. I'm John Stafford and Schwartz Aaron judges 50th home run given a Yankee loss to the angels Serena Williams advances at the U.S. open. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak. On Bloomberg 11 three O New York, Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C., Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston, Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco, Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app. Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow, U.S. stock index futures on the rise this morning we are coming up to 6 O one on Wall Street. I'm gonna check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. S&P futures at 34 points, down futures up 222 at NASDAQ futures up 136, ten year treasury up 9
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"And CWA lacrosse final unbeaten Maryland beat Cornell and 97 John Stafford Bloomberg's fourth leafy Okay John thanks it's 6 37 on Wall Street Time now to take a look at stock some of the names moving in the pre market as we get ready for the final trading day of a very rough month of May we are joined this morning by Bloomberg's Laura Wright Laura We've got futures moving lower what Scott uri this morning Well I'm looking at crypto names this morning Look Bitcoin back above 30,000 showing some signs of bottoming out and last week we saw a decoupling between the S&P 500 and Bitcoin although it's still unclear what quantitative tightening means for risk assets riot blockchain are almost 6% marathon digital 7% coinbase 4% all ahead of the open It's we're also seeing a pretty big surge in crude prices as well I see you're keeping an eye on Chinese ADRs is the commodity space having an impact on what's happening there It is but the news line is really DD global virus cubs easing in China So didi global the ride hailing firm sent a message to their customers in Shanghai areas with low COVID cases can resume Also Alibaba JD.com up four and a half percent and 6.7% respectively in Shanghai look public transport resumes on Wednesday and Beijing are allowing some shopping centers to reopen even now and we had a beat on data out of China earlier this morning both manufacturing and non manufacturing PMI showing that the economy of the world's second largest country is contracting at a slower pace and that implies maybe the worst of the economic fallout is over How is that potentially affecting Tesla Obviously they've been pretty well impacted by the shutdown in Shanghai Can I just say we are talking about Tesla without the Twitter deal It's been a while Yeah It's a new world that we've entered We learned Tesla they're keeping their factory bubble isolation system in place until June the tenth according to people familiar That's even a Shanghai eases the virus curbs Now the Shanghai plant apparently lost 40,000 units of output in March because it was shot for three weeks And it's significant because the Shanghai Tesla plant is the electric vehicle makers primary production hub overtaking the California plant last year But that could lead to some revolt from employees That's what we saw from an Apple supplier last week because they have to still live on site And test constantly It's always lower right thanks for being with us as we keep an eye on what's happening in the pre market and looking at stocks as a whole as we get set for this final open of the month of May We have futures moving lower with S&P futures right now down 18 points Dow.
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The Long Run
"john stafford" Discussed on The Long Run
"People forget it, but it was really dark. I don't forget it. It was horrible Luke. We had to do a large layoff. Got down to about 25 people, there was a lot of talk at the company around hiring a new CEO amongst some of our board members, the VC board members, hire a new CEO and sell the bits off. Right? And we got saved by a little bit of licensing business, honestly. And then did a small inside round convertible debt, raised 7 million and another 7 million. And then brought in 25 million and up front payments from a couple of deals around some really cool molecules we made one in phase one that's the now the drug manju at morphosis. That we had to license out or we would have gone bust. We were classic story. We were 6 weeks of burn left. Three payrolls, and then we were out of money, and we were done. And then we sat in a deal. I remember, I remember Saturday morning and getting the facts, the CEO's signature, giving him a call, hey, it's great. We're super excited. To prove drug. And by this point, you didn't have those royalties from those earlier deals or you didn't have that roster of partners who were kind of mitigating your burn. It was like we had some, but the deals back then were smaller for us. Small companies with few financial resources can't strike big deals. You know what I mean leverage? And the other side knows it. They're smart. The last of those small deals we did was with alexion in 2013, early 2013, which was the year we went public and that December, and it was to make a long half life version of soliris with RFC demand, and it worked beautifully. That drug is now called ultima urus. And all we did was licensed them the use of that FC and they popped it in and they did a little bit of engineering and off they go. It's a great drug. Every two months they do so. But now Ulta meris, that didn't get approved until what? 2019. 2019. So you weren't generating cash off of that either, at least. They paid 3 million up front. They paid a 3 million upfront for the rights that we had to do. We had to do because we had very little money at the time. And 9 months later, we did that Dylan February of 2013, 9 months later, we finally got our IPO done. And when we got the IPO then we had three and a half $1 million in the bank. So that said, the deal was a good deal. Boy, you were really scraping along there. And that was a good case of timing because 2013 is right around when the BioTech market started to open up. Boy, you know, I wish I could agree with you that it was good timing. It seemed like terrible timing at the time because 2013, the markets opened up for the first time in forever. That spring and summer. And we say, oh my God, we have to try to go public because by that point we had another molecule in the clinic, you know, morphosis was moving along. We had a number of more deals and I talked to some investors and some bankers said, you can do this. Race as hard as we could to try to get out in November. And right then the window closed. Now remember, there'd be no window for four years. We thought that's it. But I would say kind of stay in the sun. It's over again. And we try to price our deal. As the market was slamming shut, there were four deals that wanted to price the week we tried in November of 2013, one of them got out at a 40% discount. The other three just didn't happen. We held a deal together. We had some really good investors on the public side that saw the vision. We're willing to willing to wait it out and say, look, if you can gather up enough money to fill this financing, this $80 million target, we're going to lead it. You got to be able to gather up because we're not doing a partial deal. We don't build peers, we bring build bridges, right? So took three weeks over the Thanksgiving holidays. I was in the backyard a lot of my cell phone. And we priced the deal be on Monday after Thanksgiving holiday. Weekend. It's really interesting. Here you use that term window. People used to use that a lot. It will open, and then it will close. And now it's because it used to think of the past because right, because it's always open now. But it wasn't always that way. The scale of our it used to be, oh, you want to go see the BioTech investors who go buy IPOs? Yeah, there's ten of them. Right. You talk to ten guys you could do it in a day in New York. But then there are another ten. That's another way of looking at it, right? There aren't another ten and so but for us getting public, though it was a bumpy start. Utterly changed our lives. Utterly changed the story. Now we could access capital and really try to develop drugs instead of constantly just trying to feed ourselves hand to mouth and honestly when I think back on it, the reason why we were hand them out for so long was because of the way we started. We didn't know anybody our lead investor John Stafford and I, it was every relationship we have was just clawed together over years and years of knocking on doors and going to conferences and handing out business cards. And that set us back so many years, you know, having network and relationships is what drives business. And we didn't have that. And that's why I took a 16 years ago public. We were we didn't have the right relationships or opportunities until very close to us going public. 16 years, no drugs of your own on the market. You know, not profitable. Or a long way from it. But you did have a couple of people a couple groups that really did understand their antibodies in alexion and morphosis. And we had, yeah, lots of other deals. Now, a lot of those didn't go anywhere, because drug development is hard. A lot of great molecules don't see the light of day, right? Now, what else was happening technologically in these years here? Kind of the early 2010s. This is like bispecifics and ADCs. I remember the specifically. These things are starting to become real. Yeah, it was such a cool, there's such a cool chronology there. So antibodies turn real in the early 2000s. Suddenly they're not immunogenic, and there's people making antibodies like crazy. And then the first wave of innovation that came after that was, let's make alternative scaffolds to antibodies. They're like antibodies but better because they're smaller, which, by the way, never turned out to actually be an advantage. It's just a difference. And so most people would call them. Fragments or alternative domains. And there was a handful of these companies that came about. That was the first wave and farmers bought some of them and most of them didn't go anywhere. You have a few success stories like the ab link system and electric partners in the world. And then the next wave after that, ADCs were clawing their way forward after a lot of challenges and failures, and you got the drug approvals from immunogen and Seattle genetics. And right at that time, we were developing our high ADCC so FC demand that recruits immune cells better. Technology. And we thought this is going to be great. We have our CD 30. We have our CD 19. We have several others and suddenly the two ADCs worked. And suddenly, what we were doing was no longer of much interest. And everybody wanted to do drug conjugates. This was 2009 or so, 8, 7, 8, 9. And then there were no more antibody drug conjugates that were successful for another almost decade..
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"6 35 on Wall Street here again is John Stan shower with the Bloomberg sports update Ranks faith in the world's most famous arena played host to the world's greatest shooter of the basketball move over right now and there's a new leader for career three point shots made Steph Curry needed two got them both in the first quarter He was asked about doing it in New York This is a special atmosphere I knew the garden would deliver in terms of just how iconic this place is but I really I can't say it enough I appreciate so much the way the fans embrace the moment with me and let me just kind of get lost in it Carrying the warriors won the game one O 5 96 Golden State's an NBA best 23 and 5 while the Knicks can see to be vastly disappointing after what they achieved last season they're just 5 and ten at home They've lost 7 of the last 8 Rookie quit the crime score 27 points this past Sunday he got to play because RJ barret tested positive and then Grimes Tested positive So did 7 members of the nets but Kevin Durant played in Brooklyn scored 34 points Patty mills scored 30 made 7 threes the nets beat Toronto in overtime one 31 one 29 the next the first team in the east to win 20 games All three local hockey teams were on the road They all lost their rangers at Colorado four to two That's the as 5th win in a row The flyers recently had a ten game losing fig with their third straight win with 6 to one over the Devils the islanders fell in Detroit two to one Positive COVID tests all over the NFL the rams the day after their big win at Arizona had to close their facility They had 9 positive tests including Odell Beckham junior 8 more in Cleveland giants rookie White House cadres Tony who's been injured is now in COVID protocol John Stafford Bloomberg sports namely thanks John we're coming up to 6 37 on Wall Street time to take a look at stocks some of the names moving in the pre market on this fed decision day We're joined by Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent creedy Gupta who is watching some vaccine maker names this time Absolutely Good morning Nathan the vaccine who's just doesn't stop and this time it's to the downside Johnson & Johnson's vaccine according to a South African study produced virtually no antibody protection against the omicron coronavirus variant They are saying of course that the vaccine will protect against coronavirus just not against the variant in particular then for the less J&J shares about flat on the news but Pfizer shares P FE is your taker up 1.1% of course on that Johnson & Johnson a study I want to move on to albemarle This is a chemicals company best known for their role in lithium products which of course we know is a part of the EV space Goldman Sachs giving it a big downgrade to sell from neutral but upping their price target to $205 up from a 199 The analyst saying despite mounting electric vehicle demand a substantial supply response is coming and will lead to a decline in operating rates and a normalization of current conditions at the company ticker ALB down 4% in the pre market Let's move on to Domino's Pizza That's the name we all know DPC is to take her down 2% downgraded to underweight from an equal weight over at Barclays a price target of four 95 down from $500 The analyst saying Domino's has continued to deliver the best in class fundamentals but industry headwinds are fading and that could lead to an easing in Domino's tailwind of an end here Nathan with Oracle shares up four tenths of a percent is the ticker Deutsche Bank raising their recommendation on the company to a hold from a cell Okay Very interesting this morning creedy We're seeing some evidence that former president Donald Trump can still move markets He absolutely can and this time through spacs We thought that phase was over earlier in the year and here we are talking about them again Of course the Trump links back soaring in the pre market after a deal is being made now Nathan bear with me There's several players in this deal So I'm going to walk us through it here Trump media and technology group This is of course president Trump's the former president's media company which is expected to be an operation in the first quarter of 2022 It has been planning to merge with digital world acquisition that is the spac and getting $1.25 billion in funds but that's not the deal we're talking about here We're talking about Trump media and technology group reaching a deal with rumble to deliver video content Now rumble has also agreed to merge with a spac a CF acquisition group And it's those spacs that are soaring So the trumps back wit is soaring up 5% to go DW AC and then the rumble pact or the rumble side of spac is the FBI to take her up 11.4% and just for a cherry on top of a kind of complicated Sunday One where I software firm that worked on Trump's reelection campaign is also gaining ticker PH UN up 2.3% Yeah nice clarification That's fun with a PH All right Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspond to creativity Thanks for keeping us on top of everything that's happening in the pre market Let's just take a quick look at stocks as a whole as we get set for the Wednesday morning open and of course the Federal Reserve December policy decision S&P futures are now down four points Dow futures are up two NASDAQ features down 53 points ten year treasury little changed the yield 1.44% yield on the two year .66% Stay with us you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Good morning.
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"Rogers for not being more forthcoming the Green Bay running back is Aaron Jones I don't think it's a selfish decision I mean there's guys across the league who are not vaccinated and to say that they're not committed to their team I think that that's not true I mean these are leaders like you said he's a 100% committed to this team just like anybody else's in this locker room Jordan love will quarter back to packers on Sunday And the first day of the baseball off season a surprise retirement longtime San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey calling a quiz at age 34 and coming off his best season in a decade John Stafford Bloomberg sports Nathan wow thank you John It's 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report with Bloomberg said Corey A New York State virus association panel says big law should cap lawyer work hours And encourage using vacation time to improve job satisfaction that worsened during the pandemic In a new report the panel says firms should consider camping annual billable hours at 1800 Waymo the autonomous vehicle unit owned by Google parent Alphabet will start mapping New York City streets That paves the way for a potential deployment of its autonomous taxi service but Wall Street's return to office push in October should have boosted brenton's sandwich sales but Bloomberg's print index shows that transaction volume in the downtown Manhattan cluster that includes Wall Street retreated to half of pre-pandemic levels last week The drop from 56% a week earlier was almost entirely due to shortages of ingredients That your Bloomberg tries to state business report I'm Ed Cory Thanks said 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio.
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"Ferro Your equity market up 5 gotta get some pay advance and a tenth of 1% this week Tom We've got to put the obsession with the fed to one side and focus on big tech I'm gonna focus on big tech John and they really the headline I had it last hour as well as not only earnings surprising of a 117 companies John staffords at OpCo nails it with the idea that revenues are double digit John They're not nominal GDP 6 7% so far We see another quarter of pretty darn good sales growth We don't have some good headlines though Tom on Facebook Here's one for you Alarmed by the drop in teen usage leaving investors in the dark A big story Tom that we've just put out in the last couple of minutes leads to the stock is negative about 1% Yeah the idea here that teenagers are starting to spend a lot less time on Facebook This comes among the drum beat of disclosures from Frances Hogan which we have seen to bleed out here The idea what is the future for a Facebook that has been at the center of discourse for the United States that is frankly remained out of the purview of regulators for so long I just want to get to our story to Tom and read it verbatim for you In March a group of researchers inside Facebook compiled a report for one of the company's most powerful executives the chief product officer Chris Carr's the paper concluded or included a series of charts and data highlighting a troubling trend that seemed to be accelerating Facebook was losing popularity with teens and young adults Tom Some of the reporting here at Bloomberg this morning Did they go to Instagram That's what I observe at home John I mean I really wonder what the lose lose sum total is here for Facebook I mean it's very it's very good research here This idea from Kurt Wagner and David McLaughlin as well but I just see I'm sorry Where do they go They went to Facebook We see that at the keen household Well here are the numbers One colorful graphic showed that time spent for U.S. teenagers on Facebook was down 16% year over year and that young adults in the U.S. were also spending 5% less time on a social network Happy to say that joining us now is Bloomberg's Paul Sweeney Morning Paul more bad news it seems a toxic atmosphere It's been reported on a lot over the last several months in fact the last several years for this company What are we learning this morning Yeah it's a big issue I think for this company when you think about the social media companies the real proposition they provide for their advertisers is we're going to give you a big audience and they do there are billions of people across all the Facebook platforms And we're going to give you a lot of engagement That is our audience spends a lot of time on our platforms whether it's Facebook or Instagram or eventually WhatsApp So to the extent that certain demographic like teens are spending less time with one of their platforms in this case Facebook that's an issue That goes to their ability to generate the advertising revenue So this is something that's going to I think be an issue for this company going for the really gonna have to manage their way through it with their advertising partners But when you look at the stock it's up 18 or 19% this year generally in line with NASDAQ So it hasn't been that big of an issue yet but you got to feel like this is pretty fundamental to the core of their business 8 years track record Paul Sweden they're up a slur soft 26% per year Ian bremmer in foreign affairs as my essay of the year of the power of Facebook The power of Amazon the power of big tech does anybody at Facebook's headquarters I don't even know where it's located but you know does anybody at Facebook's headquarters give a damn what the media says about their demographics and dynamics I think they do I think they do again they're dependent upon advertisers and to the extended advertiser doesn't necessarily want to be associated with your platform That could be an issue Okay but they go over to Instagram They go over the Instagram but again again that could be an issue as well because I think what a lot of folks don't understand is that Instagram obviously is owned by Facebook But it's not necessarily out there in the zeitgeist but to the extent that it does become a bigger issue This is something that I think they need to get a handle on them and the current management team doesn't seem to have the ability to really get ahead of this very much They don't perform that well in front of representatives down in Washington D.C. so I think that's going to be an issue for them So if you're Facebook you'd like to think you can get in front of this because it goes to your core proposition for your business proposition which is really to advertise delivering a huge audience with a big engagement and that's kind of been the story here And so if you're an advertiser it's kind of a duopoly a triopoly You've kind of got Facebook you've got Google maybe Amazon a little bit but you're kind of left with Facebook and all the properties they have Paul what do people want to hear from Mark Zuckerberg today after the bell when they deliver their third quarter earnings Well I think they're going to want to hear that they've got a handle on their business and that they are in fact allocating a lot of resources and trying their very best to deal with these issues And there is a myriad of issues As it relates to data privacy hate speech obviously the elections coming up again are going to be a big issue for this company When it first happened IE Facebook was really linked to some election misinformation and then the January 6th The response from Facebook is we're going to hire 10,000 additional people We're going to allocate billions of dollars of technology to root these issues out And here we are a couple years later and we still have these issues So whatever they have done it has not been enough And I think investors are going to want to hear what I think society is going to want to hear is what else are you going to do What more can you do Small stuck drop right now Thank you sir Down about 1.1% pause 20 coming up a little bit later Don't miss that on Bloomberg radio And 9 a.m. Eastern Time alongside Tom Keane coming up on this program we'll catch up with Michael nathanson on Facebook The city of research analyst Tom at Moffett nathanson And this stock that as you point out Tom is doing okay regardless of this broader topic conversation John about what matters which is Netflix and streaming Paul Sweeney has been so far out front on what we're doing with streaming What are we watching Do we every time we don't have ratings on this stuff What matters Tom for Facebook is ad spend That's what I want to talk about Yeah that's fair The advertiser is going to look at this and say okay there's a problem with the data and we didn't understand that we weren't told are they going to pull back Because every time we have this conversation the ad spend hasn't pulled back At least not in this anyway I don't want to take a lot of time here but John it's simple Do you know anybody on Facebook I mean I don't use it Anymore I don't know anybody I think that's what the story is Get my walker I've got to go over and check into Facebook Lisa to you No No There are enough But honestly I don't use Instagram either so there you go.
"john stafford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Segment that so many love on this day Frank on this day September 20th 18 14. The Star Spangled Banner is published as a song lyrics by Francis Scott. Key Music by John Stafford Smith. In 1958. On this day, A civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr was seriously injured when a black woman stabbed him in the chest. King was making an appearance at a New York City department store. On this day September 2018 60 Prince Edward of Wales, the air to Queen Victoria of England, her her eldest son makes a multi stop tour of the United States. It was the first time a British royal set foot in this country. Obviously, that's fairly significant. Given the genesis of our country, he was enthusiastically greeted by President James Buchanan. Who had served in Britain and had very good relations with Queen. One of the highlights was a formal state dinner, after which a fireworks display featuring both American and British symbols wowed the crowd. It was a huge success and a pleasant distraction for a country on the precipice of civil war on this day in 1968. New York Yankee legend Mickey Mantle belted his 536th and final home run. And on this day September 20th 1946 British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gives his infamous United States of Europe speech at a university in Zurich, Switzerland. The gist was that he felt the only way to end the constant warmongering in Europe was to guarantee peace through unification. On this day in 1972 former Beatle Paul McCartney was arrested for growing marijuana on his farm in Scotland. Uh, Paul Well, that's it for the honest day. I don't have any more. No. Me neither. All right, we'll just again a reminder, everybody. If you're coming into New York City today, Joe will tell you a little bit more about this, but we are getting ready for the General Assembly, the United Nations General Assembly. Over there on the East side. But of course, when you have all of these leaders coming to town, with all of their entourages and their motorcades, it is just chaos. So lots of world leaders equals lots of traffic jams equals lots of headaches. So just be prepared for that. Just a little reminder. Um, we do have some entertainment news. Would you like to get to that? Absolutely. Let's do it. It was a very, very bright night for England. Set shows and British actors at 20th and of the 2021 Emmy Awards. Ted Lasso. Are you familiar with the show? Frank? No, but I know Matt's Mpenza is a big fan. Love that shit is what is the gist of this show? It's basically, um, hold on, let me I had I had this prepared actually for Frank, because I had no clue, Frank if you watched the show, but so, like I had a little biography prepared for it. Okay, so here Make it snappy. Yes, I will. It's like this small time football coach, and he's like hired to prove he's hired to coach the soccer team in England. Despite having no soccer experience. That's the gist of the show Coach professional soccer team in the Premier League. Okay, so Jason Sudeikis is the star. He won the statuette for outstanding well, they won for outstanding comedy series he won for lead actor. They also one for supporting actress Hannah when watching Ham. And supporting actor Brett Goldstein. And then you had on the drama side. The crown, which finally got its its its do. It was actually tied with the Mandalorian for the most nominated drama series for 24. Um, it's a Netflix drama. Of course, it's explores the reign of Queen Elizabeth the second It pulled off a trio of sweeps Olivia Colman and Joshua Connor, one lead actress and lead actor. Coleman played the queen. She did an amazing job like she always does. She's such an amazing actress. I love her. And Joshua Connor played Prince Charles Fantastic job to also Gillian Anderson. One of my favorites, She played the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and did a phenomenal job. She won as well for supporting roles and bias. Menzies triumph for his role as Prince Philip and lots more to tell you about the British actress Kate Winslet won. She won from Mayor of East Town and lead actress prize in a limited series category. So I don't know if you saw that, Frank, but that was also fantastic. Love it. Absolutely. I was happy to see Um the Queen's gambit. Get win there. I'm a fan of that series. But that was fantastic. Yeah, that was a great one shows. I'm unfamiliar with you and McGregor scored a lead actor award and limited series for Halston. So I don't know if you saw that, But that was also really fantastic. I mean, it was like, Whoa, what It was very It was kind of shocking to see him play such a very, very dramatic gay man. So I think, because if you don't you and McGregor, he's usually playing, you know, kind of the sexier guy roles. Well, congratulations to all the winners. 5 37 congratulations to Joe Nolan for retaining his job as traffic.
"john stafford" Discussed on Get Up!
"Study at lamar. Sunday's relatives rex. What was your biggest disappointment remastered. I've got to be the green bay packers. Aaron rogers couldn't find like beauty of feel the white mice yesterday against me. It was unbelievable. Spent their guys got strapped all day long and to me that was it looking at a four point three quarterback rating this is the reigning league. Mvp he looked terrible in this game and so that was the biggest surprise. For sure about you is your biggest surprise. The tennessee titans off. It's all season. We talked about. Julio jones we talked about. aj all obviously have dairy catering. I was thinking that ryan tannehill has an opportunity to come out and be. Mvp candidate and you let it aid chandler jones. Even the toughest son in his entire household has to come out. You know what. I play really well thinking for exposing me. And we have a game like this against the arizona cardinals to start a season. This is not good. Dan very good Your way too early. Mvp favorite matthew. John stafford america got to see on display of cute. He's just a stat or he was twenty at twenty six for three hundred twenty thousand three these folks and it's just the start. I'm gonna call right now. This is the early. Mvp favourite and it's just better as.
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"john stafford" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Yes, we observe our nation's birthday, Scott, Welcome back to City lights. Hey, thanks, Lowers and happy Fourth of July to you. I think we all have so many wonderful memories of Live or televised Fourth of July concerts. And these are all merged in with memories of family and friends and cookouts and parades and fireworks celebrations all very Americana, and I love that music is really entrenched in this holiday, and a lot of it's expected marches and anthems. And for some reason, the 18 12 overture. I still Haven't figured out why Americans love a piece about a Russian composer writing about a French war. I guess it's the cannons. I never got that I but, hey, the cannons do seem to get everybody excited. They always do it, and it's funny how it's about an 18 minute piece. But there seems to be like a four minute version to satisfy our short attention span at the end of a concert, But today's playlist takes a look or listen at music that is distinctly American in feel and in flavor, and it's music that rejoices in America's ideals and aspirations. And also acknowledges that it has potential to grow and become even better. The Star Spangled Banner. The national anthem of the United States of America. Music of John Stafford Smith, and that arrangement by John Williams. Eugene Corporan led the Lone Star Wind Orchestra. John Williams, arguably the most successful and popular American composer of our lifetime, arranged that version of The Star Spangled Banner for the 2004 Rose Bowl, where he conducted the combined University of Southern California at University of Michigan, Marching pants and Lois as Indiana University graduates. We don't often have the opportunity to go to the Rose Bowl, but maybe someday I'd settle for the final Four. Scooter Me to.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"john stafford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"People basically talking about him like he's a bum. See your fucking curse and just go off. Would Because if I'm Andy, dominant my pants, you know? Damn attention. I'm in the National Football League. I'm the quarterback in Chicago Bears. You can kiss my You know what? But you know that's not what people mental is. Don't It is not because you can't escape it, man. You people who know especially in Charlotte, People were saying stuff to you walking down the street. Do you think about when people say something to you? Or when article pops up about Yuki people like Hey, Do you see article that came up that you can't run away from something's days. Good. You should read it. It's a good That's what I said. Using this fuel is any Dalton in the bottom half like it went to about 32 teams, right. So is he 17 to 32 as far as starting quarterbacks or is he within the top 16? Talent wise. Where would you put him? You get in the middle. I'm just trying. He's like right there. I mean, he's he's like a little middle back metal back in right right down the middle. Right, So it's not a back. He's right back talking. But it's just about Chicago. That's why, Yeah, so many movies that are at the top, and we all know the top guys are right. There's only five of them. The rest of the guys. I kind of just They're right, you know, and in his division Would you put him in seconds? Think about it. See everybody second In that division. Nobody separates they sell. Whether it's Jared Jared golf, So if if I told you were picking teams on, I said to you Right there. Marge is off the board. But he was picked number one. J already took him. You have to take the next quarterback to be your starting quarterback out of that division who you take it. I'm taking care of God. Are you okay? Yeah, I'm taking okay. Can I just go back to a point and going Because we talked about this yesterday, I was gonna make sure reiterated. Bear starting quarterback since the year 2000 when we put up that list that list Oh, my God. Nature Too Risky. Here it is. Nick Foles, ESPN to righties. Daniel Mike Glennon 18 million. My Clinton by the way. Tenor century. I mean, Jay Cutler, I'll take Jacob. Okay. Okay. Matt Barkley, Brian Hoyer. Jimmy Clausen, Josh McCown. Jason Campbell. I mean, it's You adjust? McCown and Cade McNown. Something funny about that. Jason Campbell is that that's what I'm saying. Look at the list. It's a longer list. Kordell Stewart started. That's almost a quarter I came to count. How many quarterbacks is that greasy was? No, I know Brian Greasy. Was there, obviously for 56789? Is that not any true I can't say That's a lot of cubes. Exactly. 46 18 that's like almost since 2001.3 quarterbacks per year, Barkley Look at the names on this Christian Lor here. Chris China, Jim Miller. Yeah, them didn't do it all the way before, right? Played against all them dudes like there's definitely a rap lyric there just with crabs with Josh McNeal, Josh McCown in case that that that's a literally one, dude, I mean, all those dudes. Played. They're different ages and stages of the careers, but it's only really one Dude on that list tonight. Rock wit that would be J color the rest of the day. So any dog is just supposed to be the guy right lately. He's the guy QB one right? That's what they say. Let's bring this back from yesterday only because Jay and I just want to see Keyshawn. Just detonate right? And I want people at home to feel what keep here It is to like if you could you on radio. You can't see it. But when you listen to the voice in the explanation I want you to try to picture with Keyshawn is trying to say what he says. That guy is deciding your fate, and I'll be Ryan Pacer. Gee, I'm talking about what the Bears could do it 20, even though they already have two veteran quarterbacks. If we did you have to quarterback I do think it's it's a good room. For sure. I mean, those guys are both have a lot of experience. A lot of different experiences to which I think is good. I think the coaching staff that we have there that position is strong as well. We talked about it earlier with Matt and with laser would slip. It's a It's a strong coaching staff around that position and Get a lot of veteran leadership in that room, too. So it answer the question. Do you think it's that would be a good room for a young player to enter? But again? We're just gonna take the best players throughout this grab c. I can't do it. No, I can't do it. Let it out. I just I can't do it just because you want the letter Rain. It's true. You can't let her rip. No, I'm just saying they Employed him. To be in charge of what they're going to do in the draft. That really bothers you. Well, they have to veterans, and it's a good move for young quarterback. Great Glen in $18 million to be a backup because you eventually drafted moved up to get Mr Biscuit. I just Yeah, That was good, right? Yeah. That was before John Stafford versus something else. Yeah. John Kennedy say ESPN Internet. 79 377 cents. What's gonna David in Wisconsin on the Bears, David. Hey, What's up, guys? Um Yeah, whatever they do with quarterback in the draft because they're going to draft one at some point. I really just hope it's not Mack channels. As long as it's not him. Trade up. I'm fine. Why you don't like Mack Jones Man flavor to my white on Alabama's Mike Jones. Because nowadays You're a pocket passer, young quarterbacks. They don't work. Like all all the pure pocket passing quarterbacks. They're all in their thirties. Really like what goes around comes around. The trends always seem to come back, and I think that I think it's the Bears did that Chicago is gonna start in Chicago. It's sort of like, you know, it's the mullet. You keep it long enough. Eventually, people were wearing moments again. I'm so tired of this excuse in Chicago from fans and we never had a really good has always been our defense. That we win champions. Well, there's a there's a new age. Well, no, that's that's somewhat. I know, but they got you pretty good here. True, Okay. All right, so it's like, well You could make always had a great running game doesn't mean that things can't change for the future doesn't mean that you can't be adaptable and change out was always been and say, Well, things that have always been in relations don't mean it's gonna help new age relationships, like things are different these things, but I think I want you just think about Four minutes O J. When you just go around certain organizations within the letter, it's the weirdest and I don't even know the work that I'm looking for. But you make. Don't do your Duke dictionary and help me. It's a weird thing in organizations and style of play in football. I can point to the Steelers are always gonna be the Steelers. They're gonna run the football to go play defense..
Tracing The Path
"john stafford" Discussed on Tracing The Path
"At each meal. After the concert portion was completed the chairman would sing the song which opened the evening to more lighthearted fare drinking singing songs singing lease together. That is until the duchess of devonshire attended a meeting in seventeen ninety two and left early denouncing. The evening is not fit for women by the end of that year. The society had folded leaving their anachronistic song. In its wake john. Stafford smith would go on to become a british musicologist compiling the first collection of english songs. In seventeen seventy nine and he amassed the largest collection of johann sebastian bach's manuscripts music and memorabilia around that time the revolutionary war in america had captured the world's attention it was america versus great britain. Philip barton key could only have dreamed of singing. Gleese at a gentlemen's club. At the time. Though a maryland resident philip was a loyalist and thus he was fighting on the side of the british his battalion was unfortunately captured by the spanish. Were also fighting the british and they were detained in havana cuba. At the end of the war he was sent to new york city where he abruptly left for london because while captive he had decided he was going to attend middle temple london and become an attorney upon his release there for two years. Philip got socially connected and spent many of his weekends meeting influencers attending events like the ones the anachronistic society put on in seventeen eighty five. After having graduated he returned to maryland and entered private practice and that he turned into becoming a member of the maryland house of delegates their states congress and mayor of annapolis in seventeen ninety six phillips practice grew when his nephew francis joined the firm francis. Scott key was born in seventeen seventy nine to a somewhat british royal family while born during the revolutionary war by the time he joined. Philip had been over for thirteen years. Francis grew up on the plantation tara and was home educated until he was ten. Tear rubio was a slaveholders plantation. It is unknown how many slaves lived and worked at terra but it is known they lived in work there until civil war when francis turned eleven he attended and annapolis grammar school and then later saint. John's college before joining his uncle. In the law francis would only work there for five years before uncle philip was appointed circuit court judge by outgoing president john adams and the following year he would get married to mary. Taylor lloyd the daughter of edward lloyd the fourth of white house. Mary grew up at white house. Which has been described as a forty two thousand acre forced labor farm that maintained thousand slaves for two years. Frederick douglass was one of those slaves in fact later in his life as the famous abolitionist. Frederick wrote about the brutal conditions at white house in his book narrative of the life of frederick douglass. An american slave once married francis scott key and mary purchase their first six. Slaves were on their farm and eventually would own thirty slaves. Once their family grew to eleven children at the end of president. Jefferson's first term phillip would leave his judgeship and returned to private practice with francis where together they would be part of the famous. Aaron burr conspiracy trial francis did have some other good news that year his longtime friend and now famous war heroes. Stephen decatur was returning from his exploits. During the barbary wars elsewhere. Stephen had traveled to the mediterranean as part of the us brand new navy. Fighting the berbers off the coast of tripoli there his successes would lead to him commanding the uss constitution. The us constitution would actually become a famous ship in eighteen. Thirty young poet named oliver. Wendell holmes would read in the paper that old ironsides has. Uss constitution would be called was to be dismantled by the name. Combs felt that was a very disrespectful demise for a ship that had given so much so he wrote a poem tiled old ironsides that would be published far and wide and we'd lead to the navy finding new uses for the uss constitution. Saving it from uttar demise. But now stephen decatur was getting married and we'd be leaving the constitution for an assignment. Stateside francis wanted to do something special for his friend. He decided he wanted to dedicate and sing a song to him. One of his favorite tunes that had been passed down by his family was to enact korean in heaven. That old drinking song from the inequity onic society too that he penned. New york's one of those lyrics was by the light of our star-spangled flag of our nation that song was enjoyed by all at steven welcome home gala in eighteen. Nine james madison would become president after thomas jefferson and would bring america into the war of eighteen twelve despite the declaration of independence in seventeen. Seventy six the bridges still felt it was their right to come to america to impress soldiers into their army thus the war of eighteen twelve during that war dr william beans was captured by the british beans. Had been a friend of francis. Scott key in a true patriot. He'd served as a doctor in many battles including valley forge. He had been captured in. Dc during the british siege that resulted in the capital and the white house being set on fire. He was also very influential member of society. His wife sarah hawkins was niece to john hansen. The president of the confederate congress and for many. He was considered the first president of the united states. Beans is other friend president. James madison would ask francis scott key another lawyer stuart skinner to negotiate his release. Francis was a friend and respected attorney and stuart already served as the administrator of political prisoners. He would set sail aboard. Hms mendon to the british hms. Tournant on september. Seventh to meet with admiral cochran and major general ross. It is reported. They were treated fairly and after explaining all the good doctor. Beans had accomplished successfully negotiated his release but the british felt key and skinner had seen too much of their plans to attack for mckenry so they were told to wait wait until the task was complete and then they could leave on the other side of the harbour at fort. Mchenry was lieutenant. Colonel george armistead. His mission for the last year was to fortify fort mchenry to be ready at anytime. The us felt a loss at fort. Mchenry would be true stronghold for the british since it would likely mean the british would take over washington. Dc and baltimore and armistead hearing rumors of an pending attack since they had just taken dc was ready. Nine months prior armistead had sent a letter to major general. Sam smith of the maryland militia stating that he was ready but.
Tracing The Path
"john stafford" Discussed on Tracing The Path
"Believe it or not but our story begins in the year four eighty five with the death of an akron a soon to be lauded poet in greece. He had dedicated his life to the arts and is known for his poems and songs of love wine and revelry later during the hellenistic period of mediterranean history. An akron was determined to be one of the nine finest poets to have ever written in the ionic dialect. While not largely steady or famous one of his poems was set to music in the opera. Don giovanni and edgar allan poe's poem. The raven was largely influenced by his readings of akron. Even cited the knackery on his poem romance. he was not the only fan however a musician in london. In seventeen seventy six fancied enact koreans drinking songs and started a gentlemen's club for amateur musicians called the anachronistic society. It was for people dedicated to wine and song and their goal was to advance both in fact in january of seventeen ninety one. They had classical composer joseph haydn as their guests of honor initially they met at pubs and taverns but eventually moved to the london coffee house and then to crown and anchor tavern a bigger place to accommodate their growing group in seventeen ninety one. One of the group's members. John stafford smith wrote an anthem for the group. He titled it to enact korean.